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48 minutes | 3 hours ago
Week In Review: 1 Step Forward, 2 Steps Back
This week, we're joined by former Massachusetts Governor Jane Swift, and John Carroll, WBUR senior news analyst.
16 minutes | a day ago
Congressman Seth Moulton On Biden's Afghanistan Troop Plan, Marathon Bombing Anniversary
We get Congressman Seth Moulton's reaction to President Biden's planned withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
10 minutes | a day ago
Northeastern University Requires COVID-19 Vaccines For All Students, Starting In The Fall
Northeastern University became the first college in Massachusetts to announce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all students, starting in the fall. We talk about the decision with Michael Armini, Senior Vice President of External Affairs for Northeastern.
9 minutes | a day ago
Microsoft Buys Massachusetts-Based Nuance
Hiawatha Bray is a technology writer for the Business section for the Boston Globe, and joins us.
48 minutes | a day ago
Rep. Moulton On U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan
Plus, we check in with Northeastern University, the first school in Massachusetts to announce it will require all students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 starting in the fall.
14 minutes | 2 days ago
"This Is A Robbery" Brings Gardner Story To Netflix
This month Netflix launched a new four-part docu-series called "This Is A Robbery: The World's Biggest Art Heist." We speak with the filmmakers (and Boston brothers) Nick and Colin Barnicle.
24 minutes | 2 days ago
The Long And Bumpy Road To Police Reform In Boston
As Boston moves forward with the new Office of Police Accountability and Transparency, while the department is enveloped in yet another major scandal, where are we on police reform in Massachusetts?
10 minutes | 2 days ago
New Poll Finds Kim Janey And Michelle Wu Leading The Mayoral Pack; COVID-19 Top Of Mind For Voters
We speak with Bill Forry, the editor and publisher of the Dorchester Reporter, about the poll results.
48 minutes | 2 days ago
Wu And Janey Lead The Mayoral Pack: Poll
Plus, there's yet another deep dive into the unsolved Gardner Museum Art Heist on Netflix. We talk to the filmmakers.
31 minutes | 3 days ago
Making Sense Of The J&J Vaccine Pause, And Taking Your Vaccine Questions
WBUR's Commonhealth reporter Angus Chen joins us to give us the latest. We then take listener questions on vaccines and other coronavirus-related issues with our medical experts.
17 minutes | 3 days ago
A Community Hurting - And How We Begin To Heal
We speak with Mark Scott, Director of the Division of Violence Prevention at the Boston Public Health Commission, and Isaac Yablo, a data and impact specialist with SOAR Boston, the city's program for Street Outreach, Advocacy and Response.
48 minutes | 3 days ago
Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Rollout Comes To A Crashing Halt
Plus, following the shooting death of 73-year-old Delois Brown, we talk about the trauma -- for families, neighborhoods, communities -- and how the city responds to that trauma.
15 minutes | 4 days ago
Former BPD Union President Faces Sexual Abuse Charges, Calls For Transparency Grow
We discuss the reactions to this story with Boston Globe investigative reporter Andrew Ryan, and Boston City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo.
47 minutes | 4 days ago
Transparency, Accountability, And The BPD
Plus, we discuss Congress's legislative gridlock with Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark (D-05) and take listener calls about the misconceptions around BMI and the relationship between weight and health.
17 minutes | 4 days ago
Creating A Healthier Conversation Around Pandemic Weight Gain
We discuss the misconceptions around BMI and the relationship between weight and health in the pandemic.
15 minutes | 4 days ago
Infrastructure, Pandemic, Guns: Can Congress Get It Done?
We're joined by Massachusetts Congresswoman and Assistant Speaker of the House Katherine Clark to discuss.
35 minutes | 7 days ago
Week In Review: The Race Between COVID Cases And Vaccinations, And Boston Mayoral Candidates
The race is on between COVID-19 variants and vaccinations, and between Boston's mayoral candidates.
11 minutes | 7 days ago
Marijuana Store Sues Haverhill Over Controversial Host Community Agreement
Stem argues the city has provided no written justification for how it uses these "community impact" fees, and therefore, she should not have to pay them. The city says Stem signed a contract, and needs to honor it.
36 minutes | 8 days ago
Reviving Boston's Travel And Hospitality Industries, Equitably
Plus, Scott Kirsner on Boston's innovation economy.
10 minutes | 8 days ago
How Boston's New 'All Inclusive' Tourism Campaign Could Uplift Minority Businesses
We speak with Colette Philips, a co-developer of the city's campaign, president and CEO of Colette Phillips Communications and Founder of GetKonnected!
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